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Custom Projects for Grades 9-12 (Senior Projects)

Chemistry Projects

021 - Determine the Thickness of Zinc on a Piece of Galvanized Metal [Exp]

022 - Distillation of Water from an Aqueous Solution Using a Disposable Apparatus

023 - Candy Chromatography

024 - A Comparison of the Solubility of Carbon Dioxide in Water at Various Temperatures [Exp]

025 - Determination of the Molar Volume of Carbon Dioxide

026 - A Penny's Worth of Hydrogen

027 - Preparation and Properties of Oxygen
028 - Determination of the Relative Viscosities of Liquids
029 - Discover a Good Antifreeze (Freezing Point Depression)

030 - Reactions Between Ions in Solution Using Consumer Materials 

031 - Physical Properties and Intermolecular Bonding in Solids 

032 - Effect of Composition on the Melting Point of an Alloy 
033 - Fire and Brimstone (Reactions of Sulfur) 
034 - Colloidal Sulfur 
035 - The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Dissolving 
036 - The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction 

037 - Balloon Race (The Effect of Temperature on the Rate of Reaction) [Exp]

038 - Effect of Surface Area on the Rate of A Heterogeneous Reaction 
039 - The Effect of Concentration on the Rate of a Reaction 
040 - An Inexpensive Kinetics Experiment 
041 - The Effect of a Catalyst on the Rate of a Reaction 

042 - Catalysis Using Enzymes in Pineapple  [Exp]

043 - Say pH with Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables 
044 - Acid-Base Titration Without Burettes 
045 - Activities of Metals
046 - Establishing a Displacement Series Using Consumer Materials 
047 - Electrolysis of Water Without a Hoffman Apparatus 

048 - Making and Testing a Simple Galvanic Cell 

049 - Tracking Electrons 

050 - The Chemistry of Copper Plating 

051 - Production of Synthetic Fiber (Polymer)

052 - Photochemical Reaction: Ammonium Oxalate and Iodine 
053 - Photochemical Bromination of Hydrocarbons 

054 - Ion Exchangers (Natural and synthetic) 

055 - Make Iron Sulfate, Hydroxide, Oxide

094 - A study of saponification reactions 
095 - A study of esterification reactions 

101 - Electrolysis of Potassium Iodide

102 - Magnesium Research

110 - Which fruits contain the most vitamin C? [Exp]

120 - Compare fruits for their sugar content [Exp]

130 - Experimenting with starch copolymers

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A+ Projects

Kinetic Experiment

Solubility of Carbon Dioxide

Penny's worth of Hydrogen

Activity of Metals


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